Arina Mullick


  • MSc (Area): Microbiology

I am currently working as a JRF in Yenepoya Research Centre under the guidance of Dr. Arun Bhagwat on the project of Bacteriophage therapy. I had my scholastic education with the specialization in Microbiology and pursued my masters from Adamas University and B.Sc [HONS] from Calcutta University.  Interested in working with the different fields of microbiology such as bacteriology, virology and have strong dedication in research activities.


  • Research Scientist – Ecura Labs Pvt ltd, Kolkata, India
  • Trainee – ICMR-NICED 

Research Interest/Area

Microbiology, Bacteriology, Virology, Normal microflora, Gut microbiota, personalized medicine


I am currently working on the project of Bacteriophage Therapy for a multidrug-resistant organism. Multidrug resistance is the most sensitive topic in the current era because most of the pathogenic organisms are developing resistance against the standard antibiotics and there is hike in demand of therapies to treat these pathogens and restrict their growth. Bacteriophage is a naturally occurring organism that eats bacteria and thus, it is being expected that these may prove to be a promising approach for treating these infections. History on the use of Bacteriophages reveals that this approach was followed in the early times but with the gradual discovery of antibiotics this practice was stopped. Therefore, it is being expected to give certain positive impacts in the multidrug resistant bacteria.